£9.25m Paper Tycoon’s Mansion For Sale In Westminster

An elegant, recently refurbished and restored Arts & Crafts townhouse at 20 Old Queen Street in Westminster, which was originally the London home of business tycoon Henry G. Spicer, the director of Spicer Paper Merchants, once the world’s largest paper manufacturer, has come to market

Man found guilty of rape in Catford

A man has been convicted of rape after committing a serious sexual attack on a lone woman in Lewisham.  At Woolwich Crown Court, on Monday, 3 August, Danut Bulboana, 21 (01.07.99), of no fixed abode, was found guilty of two counts of rape and one

Challenges of a Cryptocurrency Exchange

Cryptocurrencies are virtual currencies that are popular all over the world. It works as a medium of exchange and uses cryptographic functions to conduct financial transactions. With the use of private and public keys, it can be sent directly between 2 parties. Any government or

London tech consultancy protects jobs following HSBC UK funding

Central London technology consultancy, Nephos Technology, has received a seven-figure funding package from HSBC UK through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS). The loan has enabled the company to protect 28 jobs as well as support cash flow during the coronavirus crisis. The funding

New Garden Villas launch at the Tramyard Balham

Buyers in Balham, who appreciate the village-feel of the area, will enjoy brand new Garden Villas just launched at The Tramyard, from industry innovator Joseph Homes. The six, split-level spacious homes are spread across two floors, offering two large double bedrooms, each with their own

Pop Sapori opens at The Megaro Hotel

A new kind of eatery is popped up this Tuesday 4th August at The Megaro hotel, Kings Cross. Launching to the vibrant Balearic and Acid-House tunes of its very own radio station KXFM, The Megaro Eatery team has brought back the SUMMER OF LOVE party